"In my favorite section of the book, Norma describes Environments as spaces 'when the differentiation between architecture and interior design disappear and furnishings merge into the planes of the room  …. there is a strong desire for the death of the cult of the object that is utopian in its idealism.'  Well, this environment is straight from Planet Tattooine and what I wouldn’t do to live in this foam dome, wearing a hand-woven caftan, tending to my hydroponic garden, hosting yoga classes."
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"In my favorite section of the book, Norma describes Environments as spaces 'when the differentiation between architecture and interior design disappear and furnishings merge into the planes of the room …. there is a strong desire for the death of the cult of the object that is utopian in its idealism.' Well, this environment is straight from Planet Tattooine and what I wouldn’t do to live in this foam dome, wearing a hand-woven caftan, tending to my hydroponic garden, hosting yoga classes."